Philip Christopher Genetos


Philip Christopher Genetos



Philip Christopher Genetos was born in Gary, Indiana, and graduated from Merrillville (Indiana) Senior High School in 1970. He then enrolled at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. At Cornell, Genetos majored in math and economics while playing varsity football and baseball. He received his B. A. from Cornell in 1974. Genetos returned to Indiana after receiving his undergraduate degree and enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law. In law school, Genetos served as an Articles Editor for the Indiana Law Journal (v. 52), as well as an Associate Instructor for Contracts (1975-76). Genetos received his JD in 1977, Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif. He also received his Master of Business Administration from Indiana University in 1977.

Genetos has spent his entire career with the Indianapolis law offices of Ice Miller, joining the firm shortly after graduation. Today, he is one of the country’s leading public-finance lawyers, having served as bond counsel on housing, airports, industrial, municipal utilities, ports, and cultural facilities. An active community leader, Genetos has chaired the boards of the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Orchard School, the Park Tudor School, and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. He is a longtime firm solicitor for the Maurer School of Law and former member (1982-1991) of the school’s alumni board. Philip C. Genetos was inducted into the Indiana University Maurer School of Law Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 2019.


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